AIM
Shotokan Karate Association Of India

MISSION

MISSION OF AIM

Our mission at ASKA karate is to help each student reach his or her highest personal potential; and to provide them the lifelong professional, superior karate intructions. Our students have the opportunity to advance through various belt ranks in order to achieve the ultimate goal of Black Belt these advancement take place through goal setting one-on-one tutoring and involvement in tournaments both in and out of our class.

How Many Belts

This repeated dying process dictated the type of belt color and the order of the colors. The standard belt color system is white, yellow, gold, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and black.

How did karate begin?

The Common Beliefs of Where Karate Started. Very little is known of the exact origins of karate before it appeared in Okinawa, but one popular theory states that it came from India over a thousand years ago, brought to China by a Buddhist monk called Bodhidarma (“daruma” in Japanese).

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Rules and regulatios

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  • AIM Shotokan Karate Association, India(ASKA) / chief instructor reserves the right of admission.
  • Belt/ Grading Test will be held every 3 to 4 months. Nominal fees will be charged as grading fees. Passing students will get belts & certificate sign by Chief Examiner.
  • Every year ASKA organizes/get invites various District, state, national, international Tournaments / Camps / Seminar. Students are compulsary to attend such event for the benefit of Karate.
  • Student should wear Karate uniform approved by ASKA only.
  • Student should not demonstrate, act or teach karate outside the Do-Jo without permission of Chief Instructor.
  • Student should not hold the organization of Chief Instructor responsible for any injuries, which may occur during Karate Training, Tournament & Camp.
  • Student should be constantly alert of the teaching of our superiors and always try to master the secrets of this martial arts.
  • Student must be respectful towards others, superiors, juniors, friends, etc.
  • The decision of Chief Instructor shall be & irrevocable, in matter of promotion, aeards, warnings, dismissal from do-jo for misbhavior or provocative acts.
  • ASKA KARATE INFORMATION

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    ASKA KARATE INFORMATION

    Karate is a Japanese martial art whose physical aspects seek the development of defensive and counterattacking body movements. The themes of traditional karate training are fighting and self-defense, though its mental and moral aspects target the overall improvement of the individual.
    The word karate is a combination of two kanji (Chinese characters): kara, meaning empty, and te, meaning hand; thus, karate means "empty hand." Adding the suffix "-dō" (pronounced "daw"), meaning "the way/path," karate-dō, implies karate as a total way of life that goes well beyond the self-defense applications.

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    Belts Information

    • In judo and some forms of karate, a sixth dan will wear a red and white belt. The red and white belt is often reserved only for ceremonial occasions, and a regular black belt is still worn during training. ... These other colors are often still referred to collectively as "black belts".

    • In even though grandmasters and non–black belts (according to whatever system) may both wear a "red belt", the difference is obvious. In the Japanese martial art of Judo, at 6th degree the belt is replaced by an alternately red and white belt, and at 9th degree it is replaced by a solid red belt.

    • Originally, the white belt was simply dyed to a new color. This repeated dying process dictated the type of belt color and the order of the colors. The standard belt color system is white, yellow, gold, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and black.

    • The standard belt color system is white, yellow, gold, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and black. Due to the dying process, it was only practical to increasingly use darker colors.

    • The white belt was simply dyed to a new color. This repeated dying process dictated the type of belt color and the order of the colors. The standard belt color system is white, yellow, gold, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and black.

    • The white belt was simply dyed to a new color. This repeated dying process dictated the type of belt color and the order of the colors. The standard belt color system is white, yellow, gold, orange, green, blue, purple, brown, red and black.

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    Shree Swami Samrth Nivas,
    Bhairav Nagar, Dhanori Road, Pune-411015.

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    +91 9850779588

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